The best snowmobiling in Colorado can be found in and around Grand Lake.
There are 300 miles of spectacular snowmobiling trails, including 150 miles of groomed trails, with an additional 700 miles of trails available in Grand County.
Trails connect into the charming village of Grand Lake, where it’s legal to ride on the snow-packed roads, and across the frozen waters of Grand Lake, Shadow Mountain Lake and Lake Granby. Two miles of trails are available in Rocky Mountain National Park, with hundreds more located in the Arapaho National Forest and Roosevelt National Forest.
There are three primary parking/unloading areas in or near Grand Lake, giving you easy access to some of the best snowmobiling in Colorado:
•South Supply Trail, near Highway 34
•Idlglen Trailhead, five miles south of Grand Lake, off Highway 34
•Buffalo Creek Campground Trailhead, off State Road 125
Visit the Colorado Snowmobiling Association’s website,www.coloradosledcity.com for up-to-date Grand Lake, Colorado snowmobiling trail reports.
Visit the BlueRibbon Coalition’s website, for Grand Lake, Colorado area snowmobiling trail maps, including GPS coordinates.